This used to drive me crazy — until Adobe added a way to ignore those clicks while we’re scooting through our thumbnails down in the Filmstrip, so it no longer jumps to a slider or adjustment while I’m just browsing. Check it out (it’s better than it sounds):
Well, perhaps not in the running for “Tip of the year” or anything, but if you’re like me, and that drove you crazy, well…then your Lightroom life just got a little better.
It’s Almost Worldwide Photo Walk Time
It’s just about two-weeks away — on Saturday, October 3rd, and yes it’s going to be different (but still totally awesome), and most importantly we’ll be able to fulfill the walk’s important social mission of helping the Springs of Hope Orphanage in Nakuru, Kenya. They need your help, perhaps more than ever.
Please take a look at the video below which describes how we’re doing this year’s walk, why it’s so important we do, and how you can be a part of something really fun, important, and meaningful. It just takes a few minutes — you’ll be glad you watched it (and you’ll understand why we do it).
To sign up for a walk, head to worldwidephotowalk.com
Have a great weekend everybody. Stay safe and sane, and I hope we’ll see you back here next week.
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